CIF and San Diego City Conference Should Reopen Investigation Into Catholics vs. Convicts T-Shirt Incident
The NAACP San Diego Branch joins the Lincoln High School community in calling on the San Diego City Conference and California Interscholastic Federation to reopen the investigation into the t-shirt incident. We seek equity for the Lincoln community by requesting that the CIF and San City Conference reconsider the sanctions for Cathedral Catholic High School in light of the appropriate sanctions imposed on Coronado High School.
CHS players, community members and parents threw tortillas at Orange Glen High School players, racist actions that do not represent San Diego nor the America we want all people to love, value and appreciate.
This memo is our call to action to the District E Trustee to put action behind words and move our schools up the ladder to success. No longer will our community accept the status quo. We expect to be more involved in our students’ learning and will stay the course until we reach the finish line of success.
The authors of the appendix evidently hope that by asserting this figure is “conservative” they will avoid genuine scrutiny. No historical evidence has been supplied to justify this claim. No estimate of the current rate of redevelopment is provided. No compelling argument has been made that the 90% capacity will be fulfilled by 2029.
Re: Exceptions and Excuses DO NOT EQUAL High School Diplomas (Except in San Diego Unified) 2021-06-04 In a recent document “GRADES/EVALUATION OF STUDENT PROGRESS DURING EMERGENCY SCHOOL CLOSURES” (AR 5121.1) the San Diego Unified School Board proves once again the lack of their leadership and their lack of positive expectations from our students. Some examples […]
While this transaction involving public funds is shocking, it is business as usual for SDHC. The only difference with this transaction as compared to SDHC’s other transactions is the fact that the media covered it.
Financial discrimination on the basis of race is rampant in most San Diego communities.
Whatever crime that Mr. Evans allegedly committed is far outweighed by the overreaction by the police.
The San Diego Unified School District is inviting any teacher to be principal for Summer School.
We are paying attention and expect the San Diego Housing Commission’s disbursement of $83,000,000 in rent relief funds to be a just and transparent process.